Some Turkish journalist and citizens in solidarity with #CharlieHebdo tonight in İstanbul…



140journos @140journos  19:36 İst. Beyoğlu – #CharlieHebdo eyleminde Fr. Konsolosluğu’na karanfil bırakılarak mum yakılıyor. @muratdemircim
Journalists affiliated with various news organizations in Turkey protested the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris by releasing photos taken from their offices with the banner “Je suis Charlie”.
arzu eti polat @arzueti Demo in Istanbul aus Solidarität mit den Opfern #JeSuisCharlie #CharlieHebdo @harunkaranfilci #CharlieiçinAyaktayız ”
Elif Ince @Elifince  turkish satirical magazine penguen’s next issue will be a tribute for #CharlieHebdo #JeSuisCharlie @penguendergi


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